NAMA to move into new offices in September

by Jeff Gelski
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ARLINGTON, VA. — Construction of new offices at 1400 Crystal Drive in Arlington remains on schedule for the North American Millers’ Association, which expects to move into the offices by mid-September. Until then, the association will operate out of temporary offices at 1655 North Fort Meyer Drive, Suite 700 in Arlington. All NAMA office phone numbers and e-mail addresses will remain the same once the move is completed.

The new offices will be in a new building with a more open floor plan than the old offices, said Christopher Clark, vice-president, communications and administration, for NAMA. The new offices still will be conveniently located near Capitol Hill and government agencies such as the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

The North American Millers’ Association represents millers of wheat, corn, oats and rye in the United States and Canada.
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